A new study of election promises to improve housing affordability has found party platforms fall short, but those involved in the local resale market argue Edmonton’s market is already affordable without interventions.
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It was 40 years ago this week that a relatively small city in northern Alberta saw the world’s largest shopping centre open its doors about 12 kilometres away from the downtown core.
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EDMONTON – A new mural helping to revitalize an area of west Edmonton is also the perfect destination for a new picture for your social media profiles.
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The Jameson may be one of the latest purpose-built rental projects to get underway in Edmonton in recent months, but the 140-unit concrete project aims to stand out from the pack by being more than just a place to rent.
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This is no mirage — international non-stop flights are returning to the Edmonton International Airport, beginning with trips to Las Vegas.
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The buying frenzy seen this past spring is like so yesterday (maybe), according to a survey examining buyer enthusiasm.
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In the early morning hours of April 3, 2020, during the first month of the pandemic, one of Chinatown’s most iconic businesses was destroyed by fire.
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From potholes to taxes, there are issues Edmontonians expect to be raised every municipal election.
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The developer of a new residential tower in downtown Edmonton says the project is a vote of confidence in the city’s core after a punishing pandemic.
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A summer of heat waves and little rainfall has Alberta farmers struggling to make it through the season.
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